After planting the flag in numerous states recently, a couple Ohio State assistant coaches were back on the familiar streets of Columbus Friday. One of the recruits the staff stopped in on was 2014 Bishop Ready lineman Brady Taylor "Coach Fickell met with my head coach and watched my film and Coach Warinner visited with me at school," Taylor told Land-Grant Holy Land "Coach Warinner stopped by to introduce himself and let me know they are interested and want me in camp."
The 6-5 270 pound Silver Knight has already received scholarships from the likes of Kentucky, Boston College, Pittsburgh, Minnesota and Virginia Tech to name a few off his growing list of offers. Even though he has yet to receive an official offer from the Buckeyes, the coaches are looking to add depth to the offensive line and Brady seems to have found himself on the their radar. "From what my head coach reported they loved my tape and seem to be very interested". The lineman definitely won't be a stranger to the OSU campus in the coming weeks ahead: "I will be visiting in the next couple weeks and I plan on attending camp June 9th," Taylor stated.
Most kids in Central Ohio dream about one day donning the scarlet and gray and running out on to the field in front of over 100,000 crazy, screaming Buckeye fans. Having the chance to play for a potential Hall of Fame coach like Urban Meyer doesn't hurt for someone in Taylor's shoes either. "As a kid growing up in Columbus, OSU is obviously a dream school," Brady said. "I think Coach Meyer is possibly the best coach of this era." Taylor doesn't just respect Meyer as a coach, he respects his program as well: "Ohio State is a top notch championship contending team with great tradition."
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